Adults connect with other adults through the sharing of their faith and their personal stories in a weekly setting where they feel accepted and loved. Sunday school classes present an opportunity to learn together about scripture and faith issues that matter to us most. Together we find ways to navigate the complexities of Christian life in a secular world.

For more information on Adult Sunday School classes, contact Samantha Parson at 903-893-6514 or

samantha@firstmethodistsherman.org

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For Adults at First Methodist

September Adult Sunday School Opportunities 

 

Asbury Class #127

Sept 1 – Linda Allen “Martha”

Sept 8 – Aaron Logan

Sept 15 – John Ryan “Noah’s Ark”

Sept 22 – Susann Mayo “The Science of Good and Evil”

 

Bible Class #129

September 1 – David Foster   Wesleyan Spirituality: Writings and Practices

September  8, 15, 22, 29  Tom Matthews continuation of Daniel
 

Cornerstone Class #125

Adult Confirmation 
 

F.A.I.T.H. Class #131

David Dillman/History of Christianity September 8th

Ron Uselton-September 15th

Aaron Logan-September 22nd

David Dillman/History of Christianity September 8th 

Disciples Class #138

Everybody Always/ A study by Bob Goff

 

Upward Bound Class #148

American Gospel/ Video series

 

Fellowship Class #115

Ron Uselton/ Beginning of September

Sherry Collins/ The Early Methodist Church

 

Climbers Class #Parlor

TBD

Mosaic Small Groups 11:00 @ Mosaic

Deeper Dive-Prayers, Presence, Gifts, Service, and Witness

 
                                                                         
 
                                                                                               

 


Mosaic, 11:00 following Worship

Mosaic Small Group

This group is for anyone looking to deepen their faith and understanding of God’s work in and through our lives as we live as faithful disciples of Jesus Christ. Led by Campus Pastor Abbey Echols, the group  will discuss various topics and studies that pertain to the liturgical calendar and sermon series throughout the year.

Main Campus, 9:45 between services

Asbury Class, Room 127

The Asburys offer a caring community of faith who enjoy spending time together beyond the church. When they gather on Sunday mornings, they look forward to hearing from a variety of teachers on a broad variety of topics. All are welcome to be part of this group that seeks to live in love and service.

Bible Class, Room 129

The Bible Class is a diverse group that engages in lively discussion around Bible study, and welcomes kindred spirits to the fold. Although led by a variety of teachers on Sundays, they remain unified around content that reflects their interests. They take delight in sharing experience beyond the classroom, from dining together to adventuring in Israel.

Climbers Class, Parlor

The Climbers are a free-spirited group of adults who value diverse perspectives on faith and life issues. Their teachers reflect that diversity and they welcome all who appreciate the complexities therein. They celebrate life together, pray together, and encourage each other.

Cornerstone Class, Room 125

The Cornerstone Class reflects a range of younger adults actively growing their families. They enjoy studying today’s culture and its relationship to the church. Supporting each other in parenthood Sundays and beyond, they know the value of getting together as grown-ups for progressive dinners and game nights.

Disciples, Conference Room 118

All who are seeking to discover connections with God and others are welcome. We strive to disciple fellow pilgrims on the journey, grow together in grace, and mature in faith. For more information, contact Barney or Janie at: barneygulley@hotmail.com; janiegulley@hotmail.com.

Faith Class, Room 131

The Faith Class celebrates the Christian journey and seeks to live a faithful life together. Composed of a wide variety of ages over 40, all are welcome in pursuing ways to live out our faith in meaningful ways. Different teachers, some grown within this class, lead the way each month.

Fellowship Class, Room 147

The Fellowship Class specializes in welcoming folks of all ages and celebrating the importance of relationships. They truly live out the meaning of their class name, and stay in connection throughout the week. Of course, they value continually growing and learning in their Christian faith, with a variety of teachers leading the way.

Upward Bound Class, Room 148

Upward Bound is a life application class made up of men and women, ages ranging from 50 to 65. They focus their class in discussion of current topics and how they relate to the Bible. For more information, contact Julie Olmstead at 903.821.1110 or via email juliesolmstead@gmail.com.